Milne School - Bricks and Ivy Yearbook (Albany, NY)

 - Class of 1964

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,- mg Cowuoffkeifi' "NrQcQ5'k u -CPNOYYW o'YxQ Cui-QXP C3065 LMQIQ X V1 51 ,fx 'M W -of! 1' 5 1 fl! 'MXN L' X QQ?-af 1 if QM W' W , Q' , W WW f5Z0.Z7Q7! K 53' if V l Q ' mf .Q 'TQ fY1rxrH'Q1JneQ- Iqmdmi Q1 QYWSZZEO X - WEE, 5949 ,, Taka xg :C J? W5 06650 ' is n0wAa.w Mwrw. . Q, 2 ig MMM ix '75 WZ A WW! gwf M E Q M - 5 if E Q Q 3 QJ Q4 H Q E 5 THECLASSO 1964 L9 by Ug4QO99'THEM ESCHQCL KGWK EQ DN NEWYORK My PRESENTS EE? Q THE BRICKSSIVY fxilgf Q25 mix f X , -l K ' ' qc . e SWZFQQEJQQ Q it ,-25? i ll Mwwbmwwf, fkghwkfmmir K x X e - ' 5 Qqqleffc Wf?wJs5KA,aYW tv MCM Ms - '- if it WSI alQn?a! mater is not a song to be sung 5' rote. It should be a means of expressing n appreciation for the wonderful experi- ences we have encountered at Milne. This year we have tried to depict the many as- pects of Milne life through the lines of our alma mater. We hope that this yearbook, as well as the alma mater, will serve as a re- membrance of all the things that made this a wonderful year. X JJMQ g WA, l 3 it .ek ESQ? X mmjfilyfyww PVQKQUU gNi?A AHQWAM Qt A OwvTlwuglwf8 Oubf0fY0w . . . milling SX M T 53555 will X W! Q44 ug dk E N WMS Jw 'Ur I 'lil fm W ji lvfwjgllllw T Sb . T5 f Wie , WW Some of us have known you as a Teacher, while To oThers you were a homeroom Teacher. All of us have appreciaTed The help you have given us To assure The success of all our class acTiviTies. Each class in Milne should be TorTunaTe enough To have as a friend someone like The person To whom vve, The Class of i964, dedicate our Bricks and Ivy - Mrs. Susan Losee. 3 S. Tatter, Editor-in-Chief S. Zimmerman, Associate Editor M. Lewis, Literary Editor THE EDITORS Literary Contrilouters - R. Abrams, L. Balog, M. Benedict, N. Button, S. Donley, T. Gell- man, C. Graham, C. I-lagadorn, K. Hoffman, S, l-lohenstein, L. Joclmowitz, R. Meckler, J. Michelson, J. Newberry, L. Pellish, S. Press, C. Sanders, M. Slwlman, R. Zima. R. Valenti, Business Manager M. Pitts, Advertising Editor Advertising Stott J. Devlin S. Levitt A. Seigal H. Brown . 'C 0 cf Q 2OV4D,5pXb f ciif E.. ' ff? 1, . Ip DXF THE STAFF FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Smith, M. Frumkin, D. Bakke, S. Tofler, S. Press, D. O'Neil. SECOND ROW P. Brower, T. Orntelli, N. Sundin, D. Weinstock, G. Pritchard, M. Hesser, Art Editor J. Feigenbaum, Assistant Art Editor Artists - L. Nelson D. Smith Photographers - M, Frumkin D. O'Neil S. Eisenberg, Photography Editor M. Hamilton, Photographer 5 PlQ4e'2S0lrL0"-'Q The people stood together everywhere, by rodios or televisions, peering into spoce with incredulity. The mention of the deoth of the President hold to be repeoted over ond over ogoin before the people could reolize it. They stood in tight groups, Eoch vvonted, like o little child, to clutch out for o consoling hond ond vvoil. Or to reoch oheod ond grob some ioy, or reoch bockword into some soothing hoppiness, to escope. But they couldn't. This moment hod been thrust upon them so mercilessly ond shockingly, thot it would forever leove o sore wound thot coUldn't be ignored. There vvos no relief. The President connot be meosured by eloquent words, l-lis greot- ness hos been seen only by the grief ond shock thot his distrought notion still beors. Joseph B. Michelson 6 O C O I5 I knew him not, yet knew him well, I knew him 'till the day he fell. I knew him cis ci leoder greot, Yet knew him not until too lote. With hote ond greed ond so much wrong l could not know what still wos strong. They come from ony ond everywhere To show Us thot the world did core. I never knew him GS o friend, Yet I respected him to the end. I knew him only ds o story, Yet his words ond deeds told his glory. I knew him not, yet knew him well. I knew him till the doy he fell. I knew him os o leader greet Yet knew him not until too lcite. Suzanne Hohenstein 7 SOMEBODY A little man stood alone, Apart from the others Who viewed him small. Heavily he pondered. Meticulously he noticed. Gleetully he exulted. Acidly he criticized. People took no heed. They continued their pettiness, Occasionally glancing, Seeing through nearsighted vision Only a smaller person yet: lndistinct, lolurrecl, inscrutable. Perhaps he divorced himself from the world, Or maybe he was the only one in it. Joseph B. Michelson 8 Knowledge offTwtlv and Eight SEVENTH GRADE Homeroom 320, FIRST ROW, left to right: D. DeRosa, P. Meyers, Schocter, S. Johnston, A. Prichard, M. Hovern, L. Perkins, D R. Walsh, C. Musello, R. Donner, M. Lerner, L. Binder, W. Fox. Sherman, S. Ginsburg, THIRD ROW: B. Wilkinson, D. Wallace SECOND ROW: K. Siebert, A. Kuperman, B. Abrookin, R. B. McCabe, J. Kaye, S. Lebermon, Missing: A. Boomsliier 10 Homeroom 321, FIRST ROW, left To right: C. Milano, R. Schu- Schmidt, E. Dunn, M. Brody, S. Jolobour, L. Wilson, L. Ouellette bert, E. Joy, R. Reynolds, S. Weiss, W. Govryck, C. Levine, D. THIRD ROW: R. Reiz, J. Newman, P. Brower, J. Hunley, R Wallace, M. Speigel. SECOND ROW: J. Miller, B. Krimsky, E. Koyne, K. Efkin, L. Bolog. 11 7TH ART, FIRST ROW, left To righiz D. Evans, T. Miller, R. KQTZ, A. Volenii, J. Green, VV. Koloclny, H. Sherer, D. P'ohl, M. Cali. SECOND ROW: B. Wolz, P. Parry, L. Rovelli, J. Losee, L. Miller, D. Lange, L. Finkelstein. THIRD ROW: B. Sachs, K. Bond, V. Smith, R. Hohen stein, K. Brown, S. Wieczorek, K. Graham, S. Welch. Q2,ES5Qsig55g1sf?f3?ii if haf 'T EIGHTH GRADE I , -lx , T . L llllftkf V' ,I 0 - j XJ' L Kill lb ,Q ! 'A f il ig' Qlfgllefmd HOMEROOM 127, FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Aponte, R. J. Schuster, L. Wyott. THIRD ROW: D, Me-rin, R. Golden, V. Otty, VV. Lange, W. Morrison, S. Hekovvitz, P. Lennon, L. Vice, M. Borelski, G. Schell, S. McDermott, P. Rosenkopt, A. Neifeld, S. Donley. SECOND ROW: D. Qucxckenbush, W. Frank. Khochoclourion, R. Ettelson, K. Segel, R. Tompkins, L. Tolar, 13 TWLMKV Homeroom 128, FIRST ROW, left To right: A. Klein, L. Sfanwiz, Hozapis, D. Feiner, C. Fila, T. Orfirelli, R. Freicllander. THIRD J. Solomons, R. Larcuway, B. Richter, H. Keeler, G. Valenti. ROW: R. Bedian, C. Wolfe, J. Golclfarb, F. Abrams, A. Zolay, SECOND ROW: E. Manning, R. Platt, I. Oser, C. Levitz, M. R. Nelson, D. Walsh, R. Thompson. I4 w. f FX 17 f . XDx'y,,.,.. ,gy Y . 0 Xu r f Q Ng, - O01 an Q V A Jfyk ,HffJ,'Xf,,ww YQJJQQW A M H A V . f- - L J' f N : i 'X 1 --M Q A fwjiyf w gp L. ' ff. ,Q ..gAw...!J Q I J. ,ff 94: -- y I J 05 XE! ff he 1. Q. lp , .fy of G J 'H' GV N. gf' if K' "2 ,v ,r,mi if 5. , 9, ,yi - f-O .1 -41. . , My .i l. J . ,J .fl f fy ' LO C365 ffl C? V 'f--fif?LTT1L5577 . lf!" Yi Ly if ma. f ,i f f ' . 4 L 'll I Mtn 151 f - cj A x I, iff ff. -J5Q,,,..vfl4.,ff fdi 1. , K, . . - ,f .f .4 ' ,f cm.: V, ,. 4 FCEM Homeroom 129, FIRST ROW, lei? To right. N. Sundin, R. Floyter, C. Warner, L. Lockwood, C. Rcxppcizzo, L. Harris, J. Littlefield. K. Langer, R. Koilow, S. Schorr, K. Sanderson, M. Goldenberg, THIRD ROW: R. Kuznicir, H. Roob, S. Gosorowski, D. VonCleve, R. Millard. SECOND ROW: E. Woolrich, M. Bulger, M. Reiner, C. Roblin, J. Pitts, M. Moore, VV. Edwards. .'-f" 45' 15 1. NINTH GRADE 'MTD Fw Qzsask DKK ? 'G w. C5 ' 'QCP QQ 'x W 26 'gk' A Home Room 123: FIRST ROW, loft to right: S. Barr, A. Ano- lik, B. Proctor, D. Weinsfock, L. Rovelli, D. Herres, A, Los- ker, SECOND ROW: M. Comomposis, N. Joclmowlfz, S. BuTTon, P, Boomslifer, C. Graham, J. Olivo, S. Bloomfield, .Z 4 .Q Lei.: ,K', r ., lj ,V 45:5 - . if K .95 ' 3' " Q : - :ER 'LVN W 1. .. -"1 - "Q-4. ' , 1 .15 R. Brcmd, T. Wcxhl. THIRD ROW: M. Refz, W Wochsmon G. Sanders, K. Brooks, R, Meckier, S. Pofen? L Frcm McNally. 16 ff T 6 H f Y 5 p , fvkrf 'X-Lx, ll- l 3 Rnl lj l .kffqllif mil! ,ffl fl. X5 ,. Ny ' .N W if QL 'Q"X.l ' fri QV Ml l 'J .Vg I. A Q... Y C , . C C. J Q 1 Q. Q t J ' l 5. lx. R ' S ' . J 3 . S' Q .5 , A A .Q K, fx. X- J. V J, A Xu 1 Q l f l JK' Q- N, 'lf ., km., fx Y. xx J fi' JP, ' fx XQ xx N .J fx . Rl 'fx Nfl x gl' TX l Xl NJ J F, V X 'P Xp,-N 'SVQX l . f xr Q, Horneroom 324, FIRST ROW, leff 'ro righf: A. Linfer, D. Jones, C. S. Sheldon, D. Brenner, M. Borluwsky. THIRD ROW: R. John- Curtis, J. Newberry, D. Lorrobee, P. Cali, M. Ribner. SECOND sfon, B. Dubb, E. Bruner, B. Sperber, D. Gellmcn, J. Von de ROW: S. Rider, J. Margolis, P. Gobel, J. Mellen, E. BcrTle'rf, Wc1l,J. Bennett, S. Hohensfein, S. Freedman. l l,xX'1t. . ll IQ. l klx. ...N Q. PS Q ll 3 1 x 'x mx 'X Q N J 5 ffolmx 'fx li- f l' Rx pl ' ll l-, I. F-'X ,J L- f - L P f .A ""- , . S' . L. xx HR 1 X N1 ff X ,JN X QM ll 'Lx I l 'l l .np 4 bqllllln sxl ll fx M X X All 1 j 1 ld EWQ I v N , 15 lf - 1 l 17 C50 'jfs Nil lll rl , 1. I, Y 9th A X 1 1253 G QS! .fi IL., Eg . Q S ' F lg Q! . XXX J f R . i lg D 7 ' c' " " A CLA 0711 afbwmgfi EC QW Twh I . 4 ' X , ' -- , -91 ilwflful 1bf'i,Am.Q V j 6P'b4f67 .17 f Homeroom 329, FIRST ROW, left To right: G. Pfjfchord, M. J. Ford, R. Mason, B. Koroikin, C, Dillon, N. Allen, P. Buenou, Abrams, J. Lovine, S. Houck, D. Ungermcin, -f' Rosensfock, J. Devlin. THIRD ROW: C. Morrisy, M. Brodie, B. Press, N. A. Miller, B. Berne, D. Herkowifs. SECOND OW: R. Linn, Hyman, D. Elsworth, A. Cohen, H. Greenberg. 18 iqjx f ...ess D . 1 me A ,. A - 1 - 5, , W . D ,. rr R x R "! J! , H A'A, C '-'Q-14. 2:12 AQ' if A" A ff Q cami fr fe ,if A -. U 7Q'5rm if f 1 i ffgwd fi.f6p3C11Lx Gig 'gf MJ A W fi , W xifiififi' QW? R i fa . ,2 W W uixdv! ,E gwltfcj ii X ' 'i V i Gly ' -ivy i 'fi' -Q xv' K - 7" .- " X . .1 .- y.. f , -my - ., x , . g? , , A H., y 1 . . - ps. ,,. ,fl -- an 1-if ,. ,Q 1 31 .3 ,' X V.. -f A 'rf' 'A V ,j K j- 'lf ff 11124- Qui Stiff. U Homeroom 126: left to right: P. Schrodt, N. Knox, A. THIRD ROW: S. Harrison, G. Hutchings, H. Contompusis, Fischer, B. Croine, D. Kirk, T. Oliphcxnt, J. Feigenbaumi W, McCullough, R. Wieczorek, R. Koven, Missing: T. Hotf- V. Cheverette. SECOND ROW: R. Iserncan, S. Polen, S. man, C. Hyde, E. Leberman. Puyeur, J. Dexter, N. Dorsmczn, C. Adrionce, L. McCabe. 19 1 .F I Oth 0 ka L 5- s Homeroom 224, FIRST ROW, left to right: B. Blumberg, Wilson. THIRD ROW: S. Bond, R. Gould, B. Berman, G V. Becxrup, E. Breuer, J. Grclmm, P. Levine, S. Leviiz Robinson, R. Jolwnsion, S. Melius, N. Gelefo, W. Murphy K. Kermczni. SECOND ROW: F. Ouelleifee, K. Toole, L. Missing: B, Davis. Foul, S. Mellen, D. Kullmon, A. Roth, W. Wallace, I.. 20 I Oth Homeroom 227, FIRST ROW, left To right: S. Krimsky, S. Edwards, I. Cerfner, S. Milsfein, R. Longer, L Wilson. SECOND ROW: J. Susser, L. Levine, J. Stewart, E. Scheer, A. Harris, N. O'NeiI, B. HGH, B. Griese G. Flcyfer. THIRD ROW: J. Gerwifzmcn, J. Corey, T. Leue, A. Fischer, L. Johnston, G. Kullmon, M. Dugan Missing: R. Bischof, E. Sinclair. 21 ELEVENTH GRADE f r Homeroom 233, FIRST ROW, left To right: C. Newman, D. Dugan, A. Zalay, C. Rosenstock, H. Turnbull. FOURTH Hafner, S. Lurie, B. Losee, E. Eson, M. Shulman. SECOND ROW: R. Moore, E. Bourdon, F. Marshall, R. Tebbuif, T. ROW: P. Contompasis, S. Press, K. LeFevre, D. Gooding, B. Kingston, D. Skinner. Missing: J. Van Egghen. Boyd, L. Andrews. THIRD ROW: W. Dey, J. Mellen, D. 22 Ilth Homeroom 327, FIRST ROW, left To right: J. Snyder, R. ROW: R. Reynolds, I. Rosenbloff, D. Miller, P. Korotkin AlT1FGmS, D. MUV'fiI'1, R. MOVSG. SECOND ROW: M. GOlClSTeiH, G. Herres, R. Polen. FOURTH ROW: C. Leslie, L. Moklwiber L. Joclwnowifz, T. Lorrobee, J. Proctor, L. Bedion. THIRD J. Nelson, P. Drechsler, P. Slocum, D. O'Neil 23 Ilth Homeroom 333, FIRST ROW, left to righh R. Spaner, K. A. Nelson. FOURTH ROW: M. Warner, E. Roemer, l. Gcvryck, S. Hufchins, l.. Bearup, A. RiChfer'. SECOND Nelson, B. McFarland, E. Spafh, T. Brown. Missing: F ROW: J. Bradshaw, E. Wirshing, J. Montague, G. Allen. Kqrlqffig, R. Miller, K. Sinclair, R, Edwards, THIRD ROW: J. Michelson, B. Moran, T. Curtis, C. Lynch, 24 A S L W W NDIJC Ov wb CVQJV A Ck' YXQYN QR N WM GuideUs f.wPati1s CL WJ FfUfwL l K W uv XV of W UI "" NU w 'V . E N, A E ,QA b Dr. Theodore H. Fossieck, Principal 26 OFFICE Mlss Ruth Pollley Miss Linda Lufkin BUSINESS Mr. Gusfove Mueller l Mr. Theodore Boyer, Mrs. Helen Stafford. Mr. Louis Cohen LANGUAGES Left To Right: Mrs. Gino Moore, Mrs. Suson Losee, Mrs. Beatrice Klein, Mrs. Hilda Deuel, French Mrs. Annette Foloky Dr. Ruth Wesley, French. 28 Mrs. Harriet Norton, Mr. Charles Gruber, Latin. Miss Helen Mayo, Spanish E GLISH Dr, James Cochrane, Mr. William Kraus Miss Lee Cheatham 3 -1 Miss Anita Dunn LIBRARY Mr. Theodore Andrews Mrs. Cecelia McGinnis Mrs. Patricia Morgan, Miss Mabel Jackman. THE ARTS Wigs: K V wr Q 5? Miss Barbara Quayle, Home Economics. Mrs. Briio Walker, Arr. r-+1-Ili U Mr. Arthur Ahr, Industrial Arfs .. , W, -, V ,,:x-.r,,v,,:2r13-fzfi is wvmmfw Miss Margaret Farrell MATHEMATICS Mr. Richard Buck Mr. Glenn De-Long Q 'JS?LY5fV Q Swv. Mrs. Sully Davidson SOCIAL STUDIES Left To right: Mr. Daniel Gone-Wes, Mrs, PPWWS Ainspcm, Mr.Micbc1eILc1monnc1 Dr. Gerofd Snyder 34 M US IC Dr. Roy York, Jr. Music Council: left To right: B. Losee, J. Devlin, B. Boyd, C. Lynch, M. Homilfon, D. Smith, L. Reiner, A. Russell, S. Lockwood, D. Skinner. a - .. W-tm.u+. PHYSICAL EDUCATION Lewis Mrs. Alice Weiss 36 GUIDANCE Miss Lydia M U"G Y ,neil Mr. Thomas Winn Mr. William Reynolds Mr. Waller Farmer SCIENCE Left to righh Mr. Thomas Atkinson, Mr. Thomas Boehm. 38 WwQhaUbBefJo1nedf Mums. .. "F"""' T earn 'W' Co CroSS un'ffY CLASS "D," SECTION ll CHAMPIONS Six Miles? The star The prize ,rl . I, f ,f i The Mentor lk Thevabtlook is bright X..,..f" , 'Ya Missing from the line-up: Co-Captain Dan Dugan, Manager Bill Fitzgerald :ssl ,, 'K l NAM, .. ,,M..w,- f 1 0' , , :N , ag M , K Q W, v xo 'K N 'K L. waih Y W' ,. fr- l ' Q' ,Q3345 .:-Nsfi. - View ' 511214 M.:ui,sf",v'vjf 2229- '- ' .g?""s'z. 1 Dick Blobey 3 school records 'H' f , 1 -Vg s, ,.,, .- ks-Mm wi X w -ew,-I fir, gh x- 9119! 4 ah, .K , Q33 Q 'M Q My ff K Q-im as ,K -if ,S ww as 4489 5' Wm K3 A , li S S M. -v, , M s gg, N. X 4-w. 'gg s 15 s ,Q ,gf 1 2. ,, F ' ls' W fasissfi H- hi ' .Q H' " as s 4 mln, 1 n mf S ' if 59,3 www- M, V '1 'f Maw, . 1- - LQWM . , -,., P 1, iw , F W . .U N W X 4 N ic k G e le T o Randy Hott Co-copoin eC0nd -fm V , Hz? - 'fly el as i f 0 fm -. A 6 .. , ,rs Q ff Q M M, . ..., cf, i - .I 6 K g gi is 9' X : iff. 1- 5 ' 19 t Cat Mae -.-' - Ron Koven Soph record '63 um' n Cfossvcg Cgfes X fi . '- f -'- 'E . - , " Chuck Eson BEST Tom Oliphanf Ron Reynolds Bud Morsholl Co-captain '64 Co-coptciin '64 Roger Johnston Bruce McFcirlcmd HB,n HCI!! HD n NEI: i 0 . 1 4 nu, , Rom? T5 1 Harm 1 in Tim McNolly Deon Elsworfh John Morgolis Bill Wochsmcin Chuck Morrison Ken Brooks ,yWW.if . JUNIOR VARSITY Fmsr Row, :eff ro fighf. R. Gould, S. Milsiein, I Ceriner, W. Murphy, J Margolis, B. Hair, SEC OND ROW: B. Blumberg manager, M. Brodie, R. Moore, T. Kingsfon, K. Brooks, J. Gewirizman R. Koven, B. Moran, N Geleta, manager. Missing P. Drechsler. I VARSITY FIRST ROW, leff To rigI1T J. Rider, R. Valenti. SEC OND ROW: T. oiapimm manager, W. Dey, P. Slo- cum, E. Spain, J. Nelson C. Slioudy, J. Mellen, S Lockwood, D. Dugan. EW? XO RQ '19 - ,sry Qjixc ff. lx-U! l it DQJDU llsiw of M1651 6 " NES .9 ' ff' ECCHHRLEQERQAJ LU fit! 9J ,bg JEL dx' c-JC ,EJ QPI' QE OD cf Q. fb xrxr-U5C:e,JX LM V 'X If I I W f x . VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: FIRST ROW, left 'ro rigI'1'r: C Hcgd M Sh I SECOND ROW: P. Crane, S P C N Sherry Press B. Losee. , .T X! Rf- I GCE We Q41 Vx, . WSE we JUNIOR VARSITY CHEERLEADERS: left to figm. s. sm, G. Pfnchmd, B, Pfocfof, N. QV J. Mjyengely Jones, A. Lanfer. qi? NWI' WI If I . IIIIIfILWIiy6MIKw IW W If' I SONGLEADER5: Ieff 1 'ghh M. H If S G h rdf, B. Wirshing. 43 if If x RR, ISK bzffx fi? J XG f 5,74 T 4. Theirs. Oursl On the rim... A !JVrQgZQ,,F0U'- 4L,amQ,, Wi? 4'-4 fprfj 2' .:3??'?-Rasa iw FIRST ROW, left to right. L. Mokhiber, B. Korotkin, S. Hutchins R. Spcmer. SECOND ROW: P. Kororkin, S. Rider, W. Butler I . X , IRM! L 7,1 Q , f' ' Jil 1 A Vx 1 . MJ .M :J W JC uk A YJ l I . ' gl 'J '47 . 1 j - . pg? JU ,ij . . ' 2:0 -5' 'C' Aff J 1 ru , VJ. k 143' M .,.4 lg A H" W X I' 'A ff! Qu " QKQX A f'Jj,r 4 f -t f" f ,i "'! IR 4, ,.,, 1,1 Nwlffu BQ F0111 Apwdy FIRST ROW, left to right: R. Blabey, C. Eson, D. Kerrnani, J. Martin, L. Pellish. SECOND ROW: D. Skinner, S. Lockwood, F. Marshall, W. Sheldon, W. Peterson, P. Leue. MISSING: B. McFarland. L MILNETTES AND MILNMEN FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Lynch, B. Boyd, D. Smith, M. Hamilton. SECOND ROW: S. Edwards, N. Knox, J. Dexter, M. Shulman, L. Bearup, D. Kirk, E. Scheer, A. Nelson. THIRD ROW: S. Lurie, E. Wirshing, L. Jochnowitz, K. Kermani, V. Bearup, J. Mayersohn, J. Susser, R. Miller. FOURTH ROW: J. Bradshaw, R. Polen, C. Sanders, S. Press, S. Gerhardt, K. Sinclair, L. Mc- Cabe, L. Levine. MISSING: N. Button, K. LeFevre, N. O'Neil. ,Q BAND T' ...A Ji 'ks .'-,. MiIne's onnuol Christmos Assembly vvos high- lighted bythe reoppeoronce ot the Bond ond the Milnmen. Together with the Milnettes, they pre- sented o beoutitully refreshing presentotion, un- der the direction of Dr. ond Mrs. Roy York. Anne Russell ployed the piono tor the No- tionol Anthem ond the "AImo Moter" ot oll our ossernblies. MUSIC APPRECIATION CLUB FIRST ROW: left to right: A. Linter, R. Morse, M. Rosenstock, R. Zimo, S. Levitz, E. Scheer, A. Nelson, C. Lynch, M. Linn, M. Lowder, C. Hogodorn, R. Linn. SECOND ROW: N. Jochnowitz, A. Richter, L. Jochnowitz, R. Miller, R. Bischof, B. Wollock, A, Zoloy, S. Gerhordt, S. Press, J, Moyersohn, B. Boyd, E. Eson, L. Pellish, S. Polen. THIRD ROW: S. Sperber, L, Bodion, R. Polen, S. Lurie, I. Rosenlolott, J. Susser, B. Vener, J. Proctor, J. Lorette, W. Fitz- gerold, R. Edwards. FOURTH ROW: M. Contomposis, E. Bortlett, L. Levine, L. Reiner, B. Moron, D. Skinner, R. Tebbutt, J. Michelson, S. Lockwood, A. Russell, M. Hdmilton, J. Brodshow. 47 MILNE BOYS' ATHLETIC ASSOC. FIRST ROW, left to right: P. Schrodt, R. Blabey, J. Rider, F. Marshall. SECOND ROW: D. Pohl, T. Olip- hant, J. Kaye, VV. Kachadourian, R. Mendel, .I. Aponte, R, Brand, W. Edwards, .l. Goldfarb. THIRD ROW: M. Brodie, G. Robinson, R. Gould, A. Zalay, I. Rosenblatt, S. Lockwood, D. Skinner, R. Edwards, W. Sheldon, S. Rider. The M.B.A.A. is the controlling body over athletics at Milne. The interscholastic activities ot the various Milne teams are under its direction and provided tor with its funds. The Association also sponsors an annual movie and Father-Son award banquet. Which is the club that watches us grow That teaches us sportsmanship through springtime and snow? Who sponsors our playdays and magazine drives Cheerleading, bowling, and intramurals besides? It's MGAA of which we're all part, And we'll work to support it, For it's nearest our hearts. MILNE GIRLS' ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Hesser ,J. Montague, M. Crane, M. Shulman, S. Mel- len. SECOND ROW: B. Losee, C. Haga- dorn, S. Edwards. 48 TRAFFIC SQUAD FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Dugan, J. Rider, C. Shoudy: SECOND ROW: P. Slocum, R. Valenti, S. Lockwood. NATIONAL HONOR SOCIETY SECOND ROW: S. Press, S. Tafler, D. Bakke, M. Benedict. Missing: L. Pellish. In F.H.A. senior high girls are taught good house- keeping and charitability. With this background, they are better able to delve into the making of America's future homes. FUTURE HOMEMAKERS OF AMERICA FIRST ROW, left to right: C. Hagadorn, M. Lowder, L. Garibaldi J. Bradshaw, J. Proctor: SECOND ROW: F. Karloftis, D. Weinstock, K. Cassiano, M. Rosenstock, S. Bloomfield, J. Levine, G. Pritchard E. Brever, THIRD ROW: D. Jones, P. Levine, P. Cali, M. Abrams H. Brown, V. Bearup, S. Polen, M. Ribner, S. Lurie, B. Boyd, C. 1 I Lynch, J. Montague, S. Edwards, B. Proctor, FOURTH ROW: D. Ungerman, B. Craine, D. Hafner, L. Bedian, S. Bond, G. Sanders, J. Susser, R. Polen, R. Bischof, S. Button, J. Graham, B. Berne FIFTH ROW: B. Sperber, C. Dillon, N. Hyman, L. Bartlett, D. Bakke, K. Hoffman, L. Levine, K. Sinclair, L. McCabe, T. Hoffman. vis: l- 1' - lit .?5r ? -.--' Hi ,T If -J Ql- FIRST ROW left to right: D. Kermani, N. Button, P. Crane- 1 I THE INNOCENTS Flora Mrs. Grose Miss Giddens Miles THE CAST Shauna Donley Sue Press Peggy Crane David Feiner The Ghosts: Sue Lurie and Peter Leue 50 Sue Press and Peggy Crane Mr. Weeks Shauna Donley Student Directors Scenic Design Electricians Sound Costume Mistress Property Masters Set Decor Painters Publicity Manager Business Managers The scene 4 I PRODUCTIGN STAFF Bill, Jim, Brian Suze Gerhardt, Mike Benedict, Dave Golden Peter Leue, Mike Frumkin Brian Lind, Bill Lorrette, Jim Lorrette Dave Kermani Marilyn Hesser Anne Russell, Randy Hatt Karen Hoffman, .left Rider Dede Smith, Martha Lowder Chuck Eson Mary Hamilton, Margery Linn, Dan Dugan 51 FIRST ROW, left to right: K. Cassiano, C. Hagadorn, H. Brown, Vener, L. Levine, R. Bischof, J. Montague, C. Sanders D Smith R. Zima, B. Boyd, M. Pitts, C. Newman, M. Shulmon, J. Proctor, THIRD ROW: C- Leslie, R- Hott, J. Gfilalifb K- HOFIVHGVI, R TSLDIJUTT C. Lynch, A. Zalay, A. Richter, T. Oliphant, M. Lowder, SECOND N. Button, H. Stock, S. Press, S. Zimmerman, M. Linn, M Hamilton ROW: E. Brever, K. Kermani, A. Harris, B. Wallock, J. Susser, B. A. Russell, M. Hesser. Tri-Hi-Y is primarily a service organization. Proiects range from making favors for children in hospi- tals and being hostesses at parents' night to cleaning the Milne sign. Each year the club sponsors a bill at the statewide Hi-Y mock legisla- ture in Albany, an exciting and rewarding experience. The girls have had their share of fun, too! The have sponsored bowling, trampoline, horseback riding, and swimming parties, and a hayride. SKI CLUB TRI-HI-Y FIRST ROW, left to right: D. Smith, J. Grittin, S. Gerhardt, SECOND ROW: B. Boyd, D. Bakke, N. Knox, N. Dorsman, S. Edwards, F. Karloftis, THIRD ROW: V. Chevrette, K. Toole, T.. Gellman, K. HoFfman, M. Pitts, B. Griese, R. Miller. 52 FIRST ROW, left to right: M. Hesser, B. Boyd, C. Newman, S. Press, K. Hoffman, M, Shul- man, SECOND ROW: S. Lurie, F. Karloftis, H, Brown, S. Levitz, V. Bearup, T. Gellman, S. Polen, M. Linn, E. Eson, D. Hafner: THIRD ROW: L. Jochnowitz, R. Miller, S. Bond, L. Bedian, J. Griffin, J. Mayersohn, T. Hoffman, J. Proctor, J. Montague, B. Loseeg FOURTH ROW: C. Sand- ers, S. Tafler, L. Reiner, K. Sinclair, J. Carey. Missing: Jean Feigenbaum. ZETA SIGMA LITERARY SOCIETY This year Sigma has sought to follow a broad cultural program. The main part of our meetings was spent learning about cultures of other countries. We gained eighteen new members this year, but our supervisor, Mrs. Deuel, left us after the tirst semester. We worried about our rush, our banquet, and our picnic, but found in the end that every- thing turned out fine. ln fact, we found this whole year's activities to be informative and fun. The girls in Quin have experienced many good times this year. The opening event of the school year was the annual rush, at which Prinderella and the Cince were the stars. Another highlight of the year was the banquet, where oncoming sophomores presented a delightful series of skits. The Quin girls are a strong group working for the better- ment of the Society. QLIINTILLIAN LITERARY SOCIETY FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Bradshaw, M. Lowder, C. Haga- dorn, R. Polen, M. Pitts, SECOND ROW: K. Cassiano, S. Edwards, A. Nelson, A. Harris, N. Button, R. Zirna, N. Knox, L. Bearup, THIRD ROW: J. Graham, K. Kermani, B. Wirshing, P. Crane, C. Lynch, B. Craine, M. Hamil- ton, B. Toole, L. Garibaldi, J. Dexter, FOURTH ROW: S. Mellen, D. Kirk, S. Press, S. Gerhardt, L. McCabe, D. Balcke, A. Russell, V. Chevrette, N. Dorsman. - 1 ,M 5, 0 , WW " 1 A . A K pigs? K i Afwfliisi - ' , Editors, left to right: J. Michelson, S. Press, N. Button, M. Benedict, K. Hoffman. CRIMSON AND WHITE The school newspaper is the expression ot the students. To those who prepare each issue, The Crimson and White is an outlet for creativity and enjoyment. For those who read it, the staff strives to present news, topical articles, and stimulating or amusing poems and stories born of Milne life, thought, or opinion. TEEN REPORTER: Karen Hoffman. Staff, FIRST ROW, left to right: S. Button, M. Moore, T. Oliphant, S. Milstein, R. Morse, M. Lowder, P. Schrodt, SECOND ROW: L. Harris, J. Griffin, J. Mayersohn, M. Lewis, S. Press, M. Benedict, N, Button, THIRD ROW: S. Zimmerman, 5. Hohenstein, J. Michelson, L. Nelson, D. Skinner, K. Hoffman, C. Rosenstock. THE ALBANY LIBERAL lt is the aim of The Albany Liberal to provide a medium through which Milne students can express their opinions on a wide variety of subiects, ranging from Presidental decisions to report cards. It Milne students have become a little more aware ot the world they live in and have clone more serious thinking about its problems, then the Liberal has been successful. M. Benedict, M. Lewis, editors. 54- JUNIOR STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW, left to right: J. Margolis, C. Graham, M. Bor- lawsky, A. Cohen, SECOND ROW: D. Wallace, D. Pohl, J. Devlin, D. Feiner, R. Friedlander, THIRD ROW: S. Button, J. Kaye, N. Sundin, W. Kachoudorian. M Golf. , af- 511 J UIQ PRI NAC -YNCJII-XC X6 ' J x.N'lf3ll55lQRC,o9 XX . l9UmVxUQU'lW X V N 579 COCK? Although as a member of the Junior Student Council one does not feel the weight of leading the entire school, the responsibilities of leadership may still become clear. Through action on the Council, a student can also begin to realize the beneit of democratic rule, how, by pooling the ideas of many, a decision representing the best interests of the stu- dents can result. FIRST ROW: L. Nelson, SECOND ROW: J. Rider, T. Oliphant, B. Bryan, K. Hoffman. 2 SENIOR STUDENT COUNCIL FIRST ROW, left to right: L. Pellish, J. Rider, M. Hamilton, R. Blabey, SECOND ROW: A. Harris, M. Linn, R. Zima, L. Bearup, J. Margolis, THIRD ROW: G. Robinson, P. Schrodt, S. Lockwood, F. Marshall, ASSEMBLY CQMMITTEE J. Michelson, S. Harrison. Experimentation has been the theme of this year's Senior Student Council. In Milne's traditional spirit of an active student government, the Council sponsored a foreign student and a foster child, reiuvenated the Career Series, initiated a system of frequent and evenly-spaced dances, and started an intramural program. The Council has tried to expand the student's opportunity to profit from his years spent at Milne. 55 Ow Afwedf Twifs Embanlzedff Each fa Eaolfu Endewwdf. K One Hnal point, Mr. Darrow. . .Andy and Barry What's so funny about a tunafish sandwich? Kris and Linda Squeezing caisup requires The uimosi' con- AM A W-W... JWMM , .,ffW- s ,7 m Nxmwmhwwf-ylffe, I V, in 3 .fm--,:,.:sm-a 'ws-H ' ' f - .rw F - .iv UT ' f Ssfwlfigwcixihv The TesT is in five minuTes - STUDY Jon NITASHA FENTON SOCIETY Hey, sir! ' QQ?" H Shelly A centrafion - Barb ' ! Ricky - Did you coll on me? 1 Advisor: Mr. DeLong, "Pythagoras." FIRST ROW, left to right: Fearless, Lum, Dwight, Luke, Zeke, SECOND ROW: Zobo, Abear, Fritz, Dork, Moses. Today we used cooking sherry in home ec. - Marcia and Jan Wwmyyifisir' XWQSExi?,f f, THF This milk is sour! Sam, put the camera down! Sandy Anne - A future model Did Hamlet really say that? Bernie, Dede Dick How many orbifs does sul- fur have? Barry Next best thing To studying at home Diane, Jeff, Peggy as That's foo much! lv Marcia, Marilyn Mmm! Pen good!! Mike How sweet it is! i Jim 58 i l 4 gg Q 1 i A i V Reinhard Rack came to Albany from Graz, Austria on August 15, 1963. Milne students worked for several years to raise money from the annual Card Parties. When we had saved enough, we began to work with the American Field Service to establish our foreign exchange program. Reinhard's arrival fore- told an exciting and ditterent year. We welcomed Reinhard with a round of parties. He became part ot our classes and we soon became used to seeing him in the Milne halls. He talked to us about his home, and we in Albany learned about Austrian life. On November 14 we were told that Reinhard would not be coming back to Albany from his visit to New York City. We were disappointed that Milne had lost its foreign exchange student. Bridging an international gap is not so easy. Let us think ot the future and plan to bring a foreign exchange student to Milne again. Our inter- national spirit must continue. 59 IN Y ii -. UV V' ll' F in UW A 1 l i ' M f S x y 4 XG l il 'U lzrli I accomplished cmyt mg? ffl lx Ilgbs it been worth IV? Qwjesn J N X Wai' fun? i W, s it sad? ill I remember ml ,Qi Q xx A Y . -' 2 SS. v XM C X N xx ff V ll X Y John Richard Algozzine Michael ChrisTopher Z W0 i Diane Florence Bakke Diane Lyn Brown Richard Jones Blabey 60 s Bernard Harrrson Bryan Z Harriet Sue Brown Where om I going? What will I become? Am I reody? I don't know. Michael Christopher Benedict Nancy Howe Button Wllluam Carlson Butler Diane Marie Carroll 61 From the Senior Room stems the core of Senior life. At times it resembles Grand Central Station, while at others it appears more like Yankee Stadium. lt is a place to do last-minute homework, to cram for exams, and to spend study periods. Sojflwg 5 DUMQJ M7 lrfjlifl woM:lHf?fffJf1iQ JU wf-7a5lWLf Q pgvgl yum :VUL MQ- 641-7Zw'A' Q. ICJ 6-JJ f ,Kr Ai e . 1 ' Kristine Diane Cassiano 't if 5 l,.J7fLQ 3 r em iw 1 WN? vw ACM ' on lay A cLf"V'j Daniel Joseph Dugan Ill Margaret Louise Crane l 4 l Sidney William Eisenberg Peter Stark Einhorn 62 Jonathan Edward Forstenzer Charles Samuel Escn Lrnda Jean Garrbaldn Michael Stephen Frumkm Toby Lynn Gellman It is also a place to congregate, a place to talk to your classmates, to make olates, and to get to know one another before we dittuse into the college world. Mark Franklin Lewis 63 Susan Wells Gerharclt It was here we studied lt was here we learned lt was here we struggled It was here we grew Now, we leave . . . Mark Franklin Lewis .loan Marilyn Griflin David Alfred Golden Mary Edna Hamilton Carol Morse Hagadorn 54- Marilyn F. Hesser Gregory Randolph Hutt l l Marcia Ann Hutchings l l l i Karen Bonnie Hoffman i l 5,9M'1Si fb l ' ' XSX r l X ' X R 1 SOX UD X, ' Elizabeth Kelsey . 9j x. l, r li JX ff fb ' mx l C' C i 0 5' Q5 K j ON 'xy 'I e are seniors. F We ore in the darkness, C' ecirching for whatever evidence y 5' of our future we con find. .JJ A beckoning light comes - l Some of us will see it, L Others will not. Will I see my future? Toby Lynn Gellmun 65 Once We were younger Smaller Less experienced, more naive But it was excusable Because we were younger. Now we are older Ourvvardly more mature Supposedly wiser And we must keep going Progressing, improving. David Khadamorad Kerman: Peter Hendricks Leue Judith Ann Lennon nl Sand ra Jean Levitt Janet Tema Levine 66 Brian Edward Lind Mark Franklin Lewis Stanley Paul Lockwood Margery Ruth Linn The question - Are we ready? Can We continue? Our answer - We will We must Sue Ellen Press James Alexander Lorrette 67 fb X L, Uf- gf? r J? We had arrived - we were Seniors. More Than a graduaTing class, we were o group of seventy good friends. Remember when everybody gave up smoking - Together? And The days we went To The Mayflower - together? The card party, yearbook, C 84 W, Senior Play - we did Them Together. We made Them This year. IT was our year - Together. Nancy Howe Button William Evan Lorrette ' MQ O mit? Jeffrey Gage Martin Martha Lee Lowder Robert Miller Mendel Jane Mayersohn 68 I lf Ocll .Lf xii ll, A , ku' ml wyxovfv , 11.0 X l-he effflqf ATMC nm' IEQVOFS any C nlC lguflv Cp iw ' C l'irnQ-5 WM c,r0Wd?0l 1,213-2. kickin A Q Yfwlerbl . Grant Perry krglif' - c. rack VAX nw-Q,6'S. GC Larry Jay Pellish We leave, BUT The faces remciin Loier We soy: I went To school with him. in our minds. Susan Willio Tafler Mc rclu Alison Pitts William Allen Benedict Peterson Sue Ellen Press 69 l A We have grown while We have been here. Was the growth iust stretch and the difference a mask? Have We really changed for the better? What have we gained? Lauren Sue Reiner A llti lf 5 1 L , Jlwll ,fr 0 if Jeffrey Clark Rider William Frederic Sheldon Carol Lee Sanders 70 Charles Henry Shoudy Richard Gordon Sherman Lookmg down VVe see The groy of None. Loohng up VVe see The green of Hees. Above The green ls The blue of The sky. Whol would we see If we could look beyond Th Susan Willa Tofler Deudrc: Dale Smith Andrew Wayne Siegel Hurlun lrc Stock sky? 71 There is a curious paradox Thai no one can explain. Who Understands The secret Of The reaping of The grain, Who understands why spring OUT of winTer's laboring pain, Or why We must all clie a bif Before we grow again? Tom Jones, "The Fantasficlcsu Susan Willa Tafler is born Robert Andrew Valenh Barbara Lee Theresa Toole Barry Gene Wallock Barry Michael Vener 72 ,JU Cheryl Ann Wein RhlIFdZ J N A , I I f IA! 59 muff! , A UW' v 14 L j ,DM L, 90 X S ILZ 73 , , lg - if f pl! K:,V Bernie - Look, do you know the onswer? Harrier - I couIdn't core less. if ggf 1. ,, X I f V I I con'T hold my head up. - Judy Suze, should we lisfen To The leoclwer today? - Mclrcio Mi Don't borher me. l'm busy. - Pele 74 Dione - You're putting me To sleep. L . 3 lsn'T lunch soon? - Randy l l l l Jocnn - Veni, vicli, vici Milnum. Deor Dr. Fossieck, I wish To use the Senior Room ond . . . Marilyn Dove - No, I clon'T think Colculus is mothemoficolly possible! All these forms, Miss Murray? Laurie Hunk: Soy something, Bill. Befly W Hey! l saw thot! Here's the onswerl - Jef? Srop soying "smiIe." - Corol 75 Chuck - Dig Thai Alexander Hamilfonl This folder needs salt. Hey, Dan, wafch This Trick. - Chuck and Danny D, k Learning can be fun. - Sue xc Mary - Have you heard? -.... P Brian - Aw, you're puffing me on. 5 l ,iv M Hey Sue, look af my muscle! -- Sue and Larry 76 So Then the first molecule said . . . Boblsl 1, ., . , Q vu Bill - Did you see that girl our there? Gotta crack the books Tonight. - Bill Toby - voy, va, vamos, van. Karen -- The CSQW 'lm Smlllng- deadline was last week? Pere: Anybody see my banio? Pete and Bill Mark and Martha its ,f"" Mark: Quick Sam, take if naw. 77 III find In my loc Mike I k I I - . never new hat Carol Diane Gnd Sue Me, work? I never know who? ,W- I cc1n'T decide if if Tusfes good. BIII Who? Sion 78 Peek-d-boo Mo rgie Who needs study hall? Buddy, Barry, and Brian wife ' 4m?Q555E3gg55Fi swwwqi wawnmmwm L , i . -' aff . WM :"ft"iT'.f'fWW5Z1ff, Y ,'1JiwliwQ+11iy+uLv-www,- H Wrwfiwwthwwh . .. ,.Lg.,::. :-..:,-,,.. .. 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